On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 10:20:53AM -0700, Ron Mayer wrote:
> Alvaro Herrera wrote:
> >Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> >>Welcome to UI development. There is always *far* more argument of minor
> >>matters of appearance than over anything else, in my experience.
> >Which is a good thing (in this case at least), because otherwise we
> >would end up with a crappy UI just because a single person thinks it's
> >"good enough".
> This makes me think we shouldn't be hard-coding anything at all
> as the welcome message; but rather having a default .psqlrc
> in much the same way that that there's a default /etc/bash.bashrc
> and /etc/csh.login.
> Within that default .psqlrc we can put
> \qecho "Whatever the default message is"
> select "my message "+version();
> to create the default, but then anyone with their own .psqlrc
> can re-define it to whatever they think is a "good enough" UI.
Including no banner at all please.
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If simplicity worked, the world would be overrun with insects.
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